Passing the baton to a younger generation

I don’t feel like reviewing Carpoolers for some reason, other than noting that like some other Bruce McCulloch comedy, it feels like he’s writing from a “laugh at them” rather than a “laugh at us” angle, and that it might be funny if they just started abbreviating “carpool” as just “carp”.

So instead of posting a proper review of my own, I thought I’d post a copy here of what I posted last night on my almost-three-year-old daughter’s blog:

Allison’s review of movies.

  • Meet the Robinsons: Good, but a little scary.
  • Ratatouille: Good, but a little scary.
  • The Simpsons Movie: Good, but a little scary.
  • Hairspray: Good, but a little scary.

Tonight, Allison was coming downstairs for her “midnight snack”, so I immediately paused the TV pilot I was watching. “What were you watching, Daddy?”
“It’s called Carpoolers. It’s a show about guys who drive to work together.”
“It’s a good show,” she immediately explained to me, “but a little scary.”

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